I've been looking at the UI of freecad to see what a better option would be in the future moving forward (I'm not an official dev myself or anything)
Since I'd like a useable alternative to Solidworks
Fusion360 has recently dropped a bit of a bomb on personal users with some new limits recently as well
There was a discussion over using freecad in a webbrowser similar to onshape
* https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic. ... 57#p432157
Then I stumbled across this thread
Something I did find recently is that it may now be possible to build out QT Apps into webassembly with 5.13
This would mean you could optionally have the UI visible in a web browser with a python server backend running.
Anyway I can't promise anything but I'm going to have a look at this and QML and see if it's possible to integrate webpack and CSS / SCSS / Typescript into the build process. Since this might also be an interesting way to write other types of desktop apps using Qt.
I need to learn a bit about how QML works compared to node / more conventional JS.